Controls Technician - Industrial Refrigeration (#8626) - Mid-Atlantic
Industry: Design and Construction
Expertise in controls, you will provide installation, start-up, commissioning troubleshooting and repair services for industrial refrigeration controls systems.
Controls Technician - Industrial Refrigeration
Seeking a driven and career-minded Controls Technician to provide technical support for industrial refrigeration customers, commonly found within the food and beverage, refrigerated storage, pharmaceutical, and gas processing industries.
Using your expertise in controls, you will provide installation, start-up, commissioning troubleshooting and repair services for industrial refrigeration controls systems.
Customer facilities are located throughout the Southeast (VA, TN, NC, SC, GA, etc.) region.
Overnight travel of +/- (4) nights per week can be expected.
We have a determined focus to be the employer of choice in our markets.
We are established in the market and are tracking tremendous growth.
We have a companywide commitment to sustainability / green initiatives and strong community involvement.
You will have unlimited potential for career advancement.
We provide company sponsored training and development.
We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer dedicated to hiring a diverse workforce.
There’s no better place to develop your skills or establish a career. Check out what we have to offer!
What we’ll offer you:
Our culture is all about care. So, it’s no surprise that we’ll take care of you. Control technicians with exceptional skills and experience can expect:
Sign-on bonuses up to $5,000.00!
Relocation assistance available.
Top market, competitive wages based on experience.
Opportunities for career growth, training, and development.
Generous personal leave.
What we’re looking for:
Progressive work experience with troubleshooting and repairing BAS, PLC’s, DDC, and other associated control systems frequently found in commercial or industrial environments.
Familiarity with Wonderware, AllenBradley, Opto22, Frick, and GEA control systems (preferred, not required).
Knowledge of OSHA and industry safety requirements.
Excellent communication and customer services skills.
Professional demeanor and positive, caring attitude.
Must be able to work independently and without supervision.
Initiative; self-motivated (driven), self-starter.
A recognition culture!
Company uniforms (including laundry service).
401(k) plan with a generous company match.
Excellent medical, dental, vision, and Rx drug insurance (with low premiums).
Life and accidental death insurance.
Short and Long-Term disability insurance.
Paid holidays and bereavement leave.
Service lead incentives.
Opportunities to learn.
Employee referral incentives.
Scholarship program for employees’ children.
Discounts at major automotive, computer, cell phone companies.
And much more…